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  • The Master Gunner
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    2018.10.02

    Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

    6 May to 30 September: Daily – 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

    1 October to 27 October: Monday to Saturday  12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

  • Lunchtime Jèrriais Lessons at the Library
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2018.10.02

    From Aline Cattermole, Maitrêsse du Jèrriais (Jèrriais Teacher):

    V’nez pâler l’Jèrriais!

    It is the native and historical language of our island! Knowing Jèrriais is still relevant today as it gives us a better understanding of our history, geography and traditions. Jèrriais also helps us embrace our local identity and reinforces our feeling of belonging to the community. Our classes are fun and communicative and we aim to enable students to understand speak the language promptly.

    Our weekly Adult classes are free and they take place every Tuesday (1.10 to 1.50pm) starting 25th September. Students are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

    For more information, contact Aline on a.cattermole@jeron.je

     

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  • Durrell Talks & Food for Thought
    5:30 pm-9:00 pm
    2018.10.03

    Join us for an evening of Durrell Talks and Food for Thought!

    Speakers will be joining us at the Jersey Museum from the frontline of conservation to talk about Durrell’s global projects.

    The four short ‘Durrell Talks’ will be followed by drinks and a delicious three course meal with wine at Tiffin’s. You will get the opportunity to meet our speakers and digest many fascinating and interesting topics around conservation.

    LIMITED TO JUST 40 GUESTS – TICKETS £50

    From 5:30pm at the Jersey Museum
    Talks start at 6pm prompt
    Pre-dinner drinks and meal from 7pm at Tiffin’s

    RSVP – LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE
    Email events@durrell.org to book.

    More Information:
    For several years now, once a year, a number of Durrell’s overseas and UK based staff come to the zoo to get together with Jersey based staff. We share and review our results, plan our strategies and actions, and debate important issues. During the week, supporters may attend our Symposium at the zoo –
    this year it takes place on Monday 1 October from 10am-5pm. Please contact us via events@durrell.org to find out more and book your free place.

    This year we will be holding an engaging and thought provoking evening event that stimulates conversations about conservation, ensuring an ongoing legacy. This is a chance for Jersey based individuals, supporters and donors to be introduced to Durrell staff they wouldn’t ordinarily meet and to hear about the breadth of our mission with a global perspective. Limited to just 40 guests, a series of talks hosted in the theatre at Jersey Museum will be followed by a dinner at Tiffin’s.

    From 2016–2018, the Durrell Annual Meeting has been generously funded and facilitated by Paul Sykes. We are delighted that he will be joining us on the evening.

    Durrell Talks
    Dr Mike Hudson is a Conservation Scientist and works on some of Durrell’s most challenging endangered species recovery programmes. He will talk about our work to save the world’s most threatened frog, the allusive mountain chicken from the eastern Caribbean forests.

    Dr Parag Deka is Project Director of the Pygmy Hog Conservation Programme and is based in Assam, India. Parag will reflect on 25 years of work to save the world’s smallest wild pig from extinction and restoring its habitat, the stunning grasslands of the Himalayan foothills.

    Hanitra Rakotojaona is a Community Conservation Manager based in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Hanitra will talk about her career working with the impoverished communities that live alongside the globally threatened forests and wetlands of Madagascar.

    Dr Ros Kennerley is a Conservation Scientist and leads Durrell’s global mammal programme. Ros will talk about our work to understand the conservation status and needs of 3,000 ‘small’ mammal species and to push this overlooked, mis-understood but fascinating group of animals up the conservation agenda.

  • Lauren Ivy and The Engine at Roberto’s!
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.03

    Lauren Ivy & The Engine
    An amazing professional five-piece band based on the Channel Island of Jersey, featuring Lauren Ivy (vocals), Paul Bisson (guitar/vocals), Matt Romeril (bass), Richard Poignand (keyboards) and Timmy Bryon (drums).

    Wednesday Blues Jazz evenings at Roberto’s are not to be missed!!
    Please book online or contact us: 727521
    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

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  • Street Food Thursday
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    2018.10.04

    The Street Food Thursday vendors can be found in the town centre every Thursday, April to December. With plenty of delicious flavours to excite the taste buds, choices range from Vietnamese, Mexican, pizza and vegetarian options, to cupcakes and bubble waffles. Vendor locations are Halkett Street, Don Street, Brook Street and Charing Cross

  • Halloween Prosthetic Make-up
    4:15 pm-6:15 pm
    2018.10.04-2018.10.25

    4 week course

  • Pioneers of Percussion
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.04

    Joby Burgess, the “insanely talented British percussionist” (Chicago Classical Music) presents Pioneers of Percussion, a solo recital programme of new commissions and pioneering works, from the most innovative and creative composers of the 20th Century.

    The 9ft tall Capone-era aluminium harp, a typewriter, a giant steel sheet, loop pedals, soda bottles, graphic scores, electronics and video all feature in this revelatory programme from one of contemporary classical’s leading lights.

    One of Britain’s most diverse percussionists, Joby Burgess is best known for his virtuosic, often lissom performances, daring collaborations, extensive education work, and regularly appears throughout Europe, the USA and beyond. Both in the studio and on the road Joby Burgess works with artists including Peter Gabriel, Will Gregory, Dario Marianelli, Max Richter, Pete Tong and Eric Whitacre.

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  • Bergerac`s Island
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.05-2018.12.31

    The 1980s were an amazing decade. It was a decade of huge contrasts. There was lots of greed and selfishness and widening gap between the rich and poor, but at the same time, people took action to help look after the planet and each other.This exhibition looks at how we felt about what was happening in the world and Jersey in the 1980s.

    The 1980s were an amazing decade.

    It was a decade of huge contrasts. There was lots of greed and selfishness and widening gap between the rich and poor, but at the same time, people took action to help look after the planet and each other.

    This exhibition looks at how we felt about what was happening in the world and Jersey in the 1980s.

    The 1980s were a decade of people power and individuality. World-changing events were led by public opinion and the need to change an unfair world. The most momentous of these changes was the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, reuniting a divided Germany. International protests and campaigns led to the eventual release of anti-apartheid campaigner Nelson Mandela. The world was changing and people became much more aware of the need to look after it.

    Jersey’s economy was flourishing with the rapid growth of the finance industry, but its infrastructure was suffering under the burden of a growing population, leading to huge arguments about suggestions like the flooding of Queen’s Valley.

    Natural and man-made disasters and rising crime rates added to the feeling of an uncontrollable and unpredictable world. AIDS was a killer disease. Nuclear armageddon seemed almost inevitable. The Great Storm battered Britain. Drunken driving was endemic.

    Music, fashion, television and films often had a distinct 1980s flavour – with BIG being an often used word.

    Millions of people around the world were introduced to the Island of Jersey through the fictional Bergerac television series.

    Occasionally Bergerac reflected real life in Jersey in the 1980s and always celebrated Jersey’s landscape and history as a star of the show.

    The star of Bergerac, John Nettles, introduces visitors to some of the key stories in Jersey from the 1980s and the exhibition features his famous car

    This exhibition is supported by Channel 103.

    Entry Fee

    Normal Jersey Museum admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

  • Diabetes Jersey – Bingo Evenings
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2018.10.05

    In each case, the event is being held at the Mayfair Hotel, with doors opening at 5.30pm for a 7pm start. To book seats, please contact Vicki Birch on 07829 929008

  • COLLABRO
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.05

    TICKETS:
    STALLS & UPPER CIRCLE: £31 + B/fee
    DRESS CIRCLE: £34 + B/fee
    Ticket link: https://collabrojsy.eventbrite.co.uk
    Website: https://www.rockit.je
    TICKET PURCHASE NOTICE!
    Using a Computer or Laptop will allow you to choose your own seat/s, whereas using a Mobile device (iPhone, iPad or Android) you’re seats will be chosen for you.
    Show Times
    19:30 Doors
    20:00 COLLABRO part 1
    20:45 Interval
    21:15 COLLABRO part 2
    22:00 Curfew
    A FLYING VISIT FROM BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT’S MOST LOVED ACT
    From humble beginnings above a pub in London to being named the World’s Most Successful Musical Theatre group it’s fair to say Collabro have come a long way since first bursting into the limelight on Britain’s Got Talent. The boys are proud owners of 3 highly successful studio albums and a list of awards and accolades Simon Cowell himself would be proud of. Collabro are booked for back to back shows in Jersey and Guernsey on the 5 & 6 of October.

     

  • Brian White Quartet at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.05

    The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

    Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

    Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Book a table online or contact us: 727521

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • More events
    • Bergerac`s Island
      9:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.05-2018.12.31

      The 1980s were an amazing decade. It was a decade of huge contrasts. There was lots of greed and selfishness and widening gap between the rich and poor, but at the same time, people took action to help look after the planet and each other.This exhibition looks at how we felt about what was happening in the world and Jersey in the 1980s.

      The 1980s were an amazing decade.

      It was a decade of huge contrasts. There was lots of greed and selfishness and widening gap between the rich and poor, but at the same time, people took action to help look after the planet and each other.

      This exhibition looks at how we felt about what was happening in the world and Jersey in the 1980s.

      The 1980s were a decade of people power and individuality. World-changing events were led by public opinion and the need to change an unfair world. The most momentous of these changes was the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, reuniting a divided Germany. International protests and campaigns led to the eventual release of anti-apartheid campaigner Nelson Mandela. The world was changing and people became much more aware of the need to look after it.

      Jersey’s economy was flourishing with the rapid growth of the finance industry, but its infrastructure was suffering under the burden of a growing population, leading to huge arguments about suggestions like the flooding of Queen’s Valley.

      Natural and man-made disasters and rising crime rates added to the feeling of an uncontrollable and unpredictable world. AIDS was a killer disease. Nuclear armageddon seemed almost inevitable. The Great Storm battered Britain. Drunken driving was endemic.

      Music, fashion, television and films often had a distinct 1980s flavour – with BIG being an often used word.

      Millions of people around the world were introduced to the Island of Jersey through the fictional Bergerac television series.

      Occasionally Bergerac reflected real life in Jersey in the 1980s and always celebrated Jersey’s landscape and history as a star of the show.

      The star of Bergerac, John Nettles, introduces visitors to some of the key stories in Jersey from the 1980s and the exhibition features his famous car

      This exhibition is supported by Channel 103.

      Entry Fee

      Normal Jersey Museum admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

    • Diabetes Jersey - Bingo Evenings
      5:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2018.10.05

      In each case, the event is being held at the Mayfair Hotel, with doors opening at 5.30pm for a 7pm start. To book seats, please contact Vicki Birch on 07829 929008

    • COLLABRO
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.05
      TICKETS:
      STALLS & UPPER CIRCLE: £31 + B/fee
      DRESS CIRCLE: £34 + B/fee
      Ticket link: https://collabrojsy.eventbrite.co.uk
      Website: https://www.rockit.je
      TICKET PURCHASE NOTICE!
      Using a Computer or Laptop will allow you to choose your own seat/s, whereas using a Mobile device (iPhone, iPad or Android) you’re seats will be chosen for you.
      Show Times
      19:30 Doors
      20:00 COLLABRO part 1
      20:45 Interval
      21:15 COLLABRO part 2
      22:00 Curfew
      A FLYING VISIT FROM BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT’S MOST LOVED ACT
      From humble beginnings above a pub in London to being named the World’s Most Successful Musical Theatre group it’s fair to say Collabro have come a long way since first bursting into the limelight on Britain’s Got Talent. The boys are proud owners of 3 highly successful studio albums and a list of awards and accolades Simon Cowell himself would be proud of. Collabro are booked for back to back shows in Jersey and Guernsey on the 5 & 6 of October.

       

    • Brian White Quartet at Roberto's
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2018.10.05

      The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

      Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

      Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

      Book a table online or contact us: 727521

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

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  • Open Milling at Le Moulin de Quetivel
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.06

    Come and watch the entire milling process from start to finish at Jersey’s only remaining working watermill. This Autumn the Trust will be milling Jersey wheat, farmed traditionally at Le Tacheron in Trinity by Le Maistre family – with the help of their Shire horse Ringo – and threshed at the Pallot Steam Museum.

    Open Milling is a very special date in the Trust’s calendar because it is the only opportunity when visitors can watch the whole milling process from start to finish.

    Special activities on the day

    • Come and watch the Trust’s Rangers as they open the sluice gates to release the water from the Mill Pond
    • Follow the water as it travels along the leat to the Mill – a great opportunity for visitors to walk the new cycle path
    • Admire the ancient waterwheel, which powers the giant mill stones that grind the wheat
    • Enjoy a free guided walk to Tesson Mill with Blue Badge Guide Jean Treleven
    • Learn about Jersey’s milling heritage from our very own miller
    • Meet the miller’s wife, who will be busy making bread in the historic kitchen
    • Purchase some freshly milled Genuine Jersey flour – perfect for baking and bread making
    • Enjoy refreshments and homemade cakes, served by the Trust’s volunteers in the small tearoom overlooking the meadow

    Free Guided Walks will run at the following times

    10.00 am Mill Pond to Quétivel Mill
    11.30 am Quétivel Mill to Tesson Mill

    ADMISSION
    Adults £3.00; Children £1.00 Trust Members FREE

    TRANSPORT
    Please use public transport (Bus Route 8) or cycle to the Mill along the new cycle track.

    Limited parking on site. For those arriving by car, please park at the Mill Pond Car Park (situated after the Vic in the Valley on the left-hand side) and walk back through the woodland (approx 500m).

  • Sewing for Jersey Hospice care
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.06

    Book in for a one hr session to make a unicorn or just do some hand stitching
    10.00 -11.00, 11.30-12.30, 1.15 -2.15
    or 2.45-3.45.
    Unsuitable for attendees under the age of 10
    Booking essential Tel 878877 or email rachel@rachelstextilesstudio.com

  • La Chasse à L’ourse – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
    10:30 am-2:30 pm
    2018.10.06

    At the zoo we will be celebrating the launch of the Jèrriais translation of Michael Rosen’s classic picture book J’allons à la chasse à l’ourse – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.

    Take part in a range of fun bear-themed events while learning about Jèrriais, Jersey’s unique and beautiful language.

    Programme of events:
    *10:30am-3:30pm: Children’s activities in the Durrell Discovery Centre
    *11am: Bear Talk at the bear enclosure
    *12-12:30pm: Storytime and Bear Hunt starting at the bear enclosure
    *2-2:30pm: Storytime and Bear Hunt starting at the bear enclosure

    No booking required | Included in zoo admission

  • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas at Jersey Opera House
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2018.10.06

    TICKETS: £19.50
    Tour Dates:
    September: Sat 8, Sat 15 and Sat 22
    October: Sat 6, Tues 30 & Wed 31
    Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
    Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar. Delicious!
    Sensible shoes are advised for the walking and amount of stairs, and each tour should last about 1.25hrs.
  • MET OPERA: AIDA
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2018.10.06

    LIVE SCREENING
    TICKETS: £17.50
    CONCESSIONS: £15.50
    PERFORMANCE TIME: 6PM
    Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her Met role debut as Aida in this thirtieth-anniversary revival of Sonja Frisell’s production. Verdi’s drama is set in Ancient Egypt, where the Ethiopian Aida lives a life of slavery. She and the Egyptian warrior Radamès, sung by tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko, have fallen in love, although the princess Amneris—mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili—is an implacable rival for Radamès’s affections. Then, when Radamès goes into battle, he unwittingly captures Aida’s father as a prisoner of war. As Aida and Radamès face impossible choices between patriotism, passion, and paternal bonds, the stage is set for tragedy. With heart-stopping music and spectacular set pieces, including the famous Triumphal March, Verdi’s towering masterpiece opens the new Live in HD season with a bang.
  • Alegria – Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.06

    Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
    Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

    Two course menu available for £19.00 per person.
    Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Blip’s end of summer bash!
    10:00 pm-2:00 am
    2018.10.06-2018.10.07

    To see the summer off. come join us at the Watersplash to listen to some new and some old bangers! We will be having some of Jersey’s finest acts do what they do best.

    Room 1:
    Kruise
    C-Phonics
    Sam Romano
    JE3

    Room 2:
    Sephira
    DJ Stefunk
    Alex Dasca

    Hope to see you all for a skant to some truly amazing mixing!

  • More events
    • Open Milling at Le Moulin de Quetivel
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.06

      Come and watch the entire milling process from start to finish at Jersey’s only remaining working watermill. This Autumn the Trust will be milling Jersey wheat, farmed traditionally at Le Tacheron in Trinity by Le Maistre family – with the help of their Shire horse Ringo – and threshed at the Pallot Steam Museum.

      Open Milling is a very special date in the Trust’s calendar because it is the only opportunity when visitors can watch the whole milling process from start to finish.

      Special activities on the day

      • Come and watch the Trust’s Rangers as they open the sluice gates to release the water from the Mill Pond
      • Follow the water as it travels along the leat to the Mill – a great opportunity for visitors to walk the new cycle path
      • Admire the ancient waterwheel, which powers the giant mill stones that grind the wheat
      • Enjoy a free guided walk to Tesson Mill with Blue Badge Guide Jean Treleven
      • Learn about Jersey’s milling heritage from our very own miller
      • Meet the miller’s wife, who will be busy making bread in the historic kitchen
      • Purchase some freshly milled Genuine Jersey flour – perfect for baking and bread making
      • Enjoy refreshments and homemade cakes, served by the Trust’s volunteers in the small tearoom overlooking the meadow

      Free Guided Walks will run at the following times

      10.00 am Mill Pond to Quétivel Mill
      11.30 am Quétivel Mill to Tesson Mill

      ADMISSION
      Adults £3.00; Children £1.00 Trust Members FREE

      TRANSPORT
      Please use public transport (Bus Route 8) or cycle to the Mill along the new cycle track.

      Limited parking on site. For those arriving by car, please park at the Mill Pond Car Park (situated after the Vic in the Valley on the left-hand side) and walk back through the woodland (approx 500m).

    • Sewing for Jersey Hospice care
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.06

      Book in for a one hr session to make a unicorn or just do some hand stitching
      10.00 -11.00, 11.30-12.30, 1.15 -2.15
      or 2.45-3.45.
      Unsuitable for attendees under the age of 10
      Booking essential Tel 878877 or email rachel@rachelstextilesstudio.com

    • La Chasse à L'ourse - We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
      10:30 am-2:30 pm
      2018.10.06

      At the zoo we will be celebrating the launch of the Jèrriais translation of Michael Rosen’s classic picture book J’allons à la chasse à l’ourse – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.

      Take part in a range of fun bear-themed events while learning about Jèrriais, Jersey’s unique and beautiful language.

      Programme of events:
      *10:30am-3:30pm: Children’s activities in the Durrell Discovery Centre
      *11am: Bear Talk at the bear enclosure
      *12-12:30pm: Storytime and Bear Hunt starting at the bear enclosure
      *2-2:30pm: Storytime and Bear Hunt starting at the bear enclosure

      No booking required | Included in zoo admission

    • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas at Jersey Opera House
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2018.10.06
      TICKETS: £19.50
      Tour Dates:
      September: Sat 8, Sat 15 and Sat 22
      October: Sat 6, Tues 30 & Wed 31
      Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
      Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar. Delicious!
      Sensible shoes are advised for the walking and amount of stairs, and each tour should last about 1.25hrs.
    • MET OPERA: AIDA
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2018.10.06
      LIVE SCREENING
      TICKETS: £17.50
      CONCESSIONS: £15.50
      PERFORMANCE TIME: 6PM
      Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her Met role debut as Aida in this thirtieth-anniversary revival of Sonja Frisell’s production. Verdi’s drama is set in Ancient Egypt, where the Ethiopian Aida lives a life of slavery. She and the Egyptian warrior Radamès, sung by tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko, have fallen in love, although the princess Amneris—mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili—is an implacable rival for Radamès’s affections. Then, when Radamès goes into battle, he unwittingly captures Aida’s father as a prisoner of war. As Aida and Radamès face impossible choices between patriotism, passion, and paternal bonds, the stage is set for tragedy. With heart-stopping music and spectacular set pieces, including the famous Triumphal March, Verdi’s towering masterpiece opens the new Live in HD season with a bang.
    • Alegria - Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.06

      Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
      Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

      Two course menu available for £19.00 per person.
      Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Blip's end of summer bash!
      10:00 pm-2:00 am
      2018.10.06-2018.10.07

      To see the summer off. come join us at the Watersplash to listen to some new and some old bangers! We will be having some of Jersey’s finest acts do what they do best.

      Room 1:
      Kruise
      C-Phonics
      Sam Romano
      JE3

      Room 2:
      Sephira
      DJ Stefunk
      Alex Dasca

      Hope to see you all for a skant to some truly amazing mixing!

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  • Speak-in-a-Week: French
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2018.10.08-2018.10.12

    5 sessions

    Going away soon or just wanting to learn a new skill? Why not try our Speak-in-a-Week French course, which will have you conversing with the locals! All our language courses are taught in a fun, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. You will learn words and phrases to help with travel, shopping and eating out and about how these languages are constructed.

  • The Olive Tree
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.08

    2016 Spain / Germany | 98 mins | Cert: 15

    Director: Iciar Bollain

    This sweet-natured and poignant movie follows a determind young farmer as she sets out across Europe to reclaim her grandfather’s beloved 2,000-year-old olive tree from the German company who brought it to use as an office decoration.

    £5 (£3 students) only available on the door.

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  • The Master Gunner
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    2018.10.09

    Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

    6 May to 30 September: Daily – 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

    1 October to 27 October: Monday to Saturday  12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

  • Lunchtime Jèrriais Lessons at the Library
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2018.10.09

    From Aline Cattermole, Maitrêsse du Jèrriais (Jèrriais Teacher):

    V’nez pâler l’Jèrriais!

    It is the native and historical language of our island! Knowing Jèrriais is still relevant today as it gives us a better understanding of our history, geography and traditions. Jèrriais also helps us embrace our local identity and reinforces our feeling of belonging to the community. Our classes are fun and communicative and we aim to enable students to understand speak the language promptly.

    Our weekly Adult classes are free and they take place every Tuesday (1.10 to 1.50pm) starting 25th September. Students are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

    For more information, contact Aline on a.cattermole@jeron.je

     

  • Endgame
    3:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2018.10.09

    Death is the biggest issue we will all have to deal with. In the UK, euthanasia and assisted suicide is illegal. However, recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom.

    Endgame explores one of the most challenging and complex debates of our time, with varied viewpoints presenting difficult questions, for which there are no easy answers.

    There will be a Q & A after the film screening.

    Tickets for this event are free. They are only available through Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office by calling: 700444

  • Endgame
    8:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2018.10.09

    Death is the biggest issue we will all have to deal with. In the UK, euthanasia and assisted suicide is illegal. However, recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom.

    Endgame explores one of the most challenging and complex debates of our time, with varied viewpoints presenting difficult questions, for which there are no easy answers.

    There will be a Q & A after the film screening.

    Tickets for this event are free. They are only available through Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office by calling: 700444

  • More events
    • The Master Gunner
      12:00 pm-1:00 pm
      2018.10.09

      Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

      6 May to 30 September: Daily – 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

      1 October to 27 October: Monday to Saturday  12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

    • Lunchtime Jèrriais Lessons at the Library
      1:10 pm-1:50 pm
      2018.10.09

      From Aline Cattermole, Maitrêsse du Jèrriais (Jèrriais Teacher):

      V’nez pâler l’Jèrriais!

      It is the native and historical language of our island! Knowing Jèrriais is still relevant today as it gives us a better understanding of our history, geography and traditions. Jèrriais also helps us embrace our local identity and reinforces our feeling of belonging to the community. Our classes are fun and communicative and we aim to enable students to understand speak the language promptly.

      Our weekly Adult classes are free and they take place every Tuesday (1.10 to 1.50pm) starting 25th September. Students are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

      For more information, contact Aline on a.cattermole@jeron.je

       

    • Endgame
      3:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2018.10.09

      Death is the biggest issue we will all have to deal with. In the UK, euthanasia and assisted suicide is illegal. However, recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom.

      Endgame explores one of the most challenging and complex debates of our time, with varied viewpoints presenting difficult questions, for which there are no easy answers.

      There will be a Q & A after the film screening.

      Tickets for this event are free. They are only available through Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office by calling: 700444

    • Endgame
      8:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2018.10.09

      Death is the biggest issue we will all have to deal with. In the UK, euthanasia and assisted suicide is illegal. However, recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom.

      Endgame explores one of the most challenging and complex debates of our time, with varied viewpoints presenting difficult questions, for which there are no easy answers.

      There will be a Q & A after the film screening.

      Tickets for this event are free. They are only available through Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office by calling: 700444

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  • Garment Construction
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    2018.10.10-2018.11.21

    6 sessions

    Holiday: Wednesday 31 October

    An introduction to garment construction is perfect for anyone who already has some sewing knowledge but wants to open up their skills. The course will cover the basics of pattern-cutting for skirts, bodices and trousers, plus manipulating those patterns in order to make a variety of different shapes and styles. Access to a home sewing machine is preferable for making what you design, but not essential.

  • Dylan Moran: Dr Cosmos
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.10

    PERFORMANCE TIME: 8pm
    TICKETS: £25
    BAFTA and Perrier award winning comedian Dylan Moran embarks on his brand new tour – Dr Cosmos. Moran will offer his unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life, all served with poetical panache from one of the finest comedians of his generation
    Moran has been called the Oscar Wilde of comedy and his famed style – deadpan, witty and crackpot lyricism – promises to be an unmissable journey through his interpretations of the world, swerving cliché to offer a cutting blow to our idiosyncrasies.
    Dylan Moran said:  “It’s dinner time in the monkey house, and I’ve got the spoon”
    **** “His comedy takes on an existential dimension, as tubby, nicotine-starved, emasculated Moran comes to represent the struggles we all wage for meaning and connection” THE GUARDIAN
     
    **** “High-octane riffs from Irish master of grumpiness…spellbinding” EVENING STANDARD
    15+ (Parental Guidance)
  • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto’s!
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.10

    ckRoberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

    Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

    Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

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  • HISTORY & HER STORY
    7:45 am-9:00 am
    2018.10.11

    POWERFUL WOMEN IN JERSEY; PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

    A casual breakfast, followed by a talk on the topic of the role of women, past present and future, in Jersey’s story.

    A casual breakfast, followed by a talk on the topic of the role of women, past present and future, in Jersey’s story.
    The event is open to anyone who would like to hear more female voices in business and politics. Ahead of the 100-year anniversary of Women’s suffrage in Jersey in 2019, we hope that the event will be an opportunity to meet new people and to reflect on the role of women in Jersey, past, present and future.

    7:45am Registration & Breakfast
    8:00am Iconic Women of Jersey by Jersey Heritage Curator of Outreach Lucy Layton
    8:20am The story of a female politician Senator Kristina Moore
    8:40am Your place in Jersey’s Story by Jersey Heritage Vice Chair Claire Follain-Metcalfe

    9:00am Finish

     

  • Street Food Thursday
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    2018.10.11

    The Street Food Thursday vendors can be found in the town centre every Thursday, April to December. With plenty of delicious flavours to excite the taste buds, choices range from Vietnamese, Mexican, pizza and vegetarian options, to cupcakes and bubble waffles. Vendor locations are Halkett Street, Don Street, Brook Street and Charing Cross

  • NT LIVE: KING LEAR
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2018.10.11

    ENCORE SCREENING
    Tickets
    : £13.50
    Concessions: £12
    Members: £1.50 OFF
    Performance Time: 7pm
    ★★★★★ “Ian McKellen reigns supreme in this triumphant production.” DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Broadcast live from London’s West End, see Ian McKellen’s ‘extraordinarily moving portrayal’ (Independent) of King Lear in cinemas.
    Chichester Festival Theatre’s production received five-star reviews for its sell-out run, and transfers to the West End for a limited season. Jonathan Munby directs this ‘nuanced and powerful’ (The Times) contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s tender, violent, moving and shocking play.
    Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Learsees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery, as family and state are plunged into a violent power struggle with bitter ends.
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  • Speak-in-a-Week: Spanish
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2018.10.15-2018.10.19

    5 sessions

    Going away soon or just wanting to learn a new skill? Why not try our Speak-in-a-Week Spanish course, which will have you conversing with the locals! All our language courses are taught in a fun, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. You will learn words and phrases to help with travel, shopping and eating out and about how these languages are constructed.

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  • Street Food Thursday
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    2018.10.18

    The Street Food Thursday vendors can be found in the town centre every Thursday, April to December. With plenty of delicious flavours to excite the taste buds, choices range from Vietnamese, Mexican, pizza and vegetarian options, to cupcakes and bubble waffles. Vendor locations are Halkett Street, Don Street, Brook Street and Charing Cross

  • Concert at 16 New Street
    7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    2018.10.18

    Following the success of last year’s sell-out concert at 16 New Street, the Trust has invited The Jersey Vocal Trust Singers to come and perform for us again in 2018.

    Tonight’s varied programme features songs written for piano and voice by English composers, including acclaimed Baroque composer Henry Purcell (1659-1695) and Roger Quilter (1877-1953), who is known for his elegant and lyrical melodies.

    Spaces are limited so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

    Doors open at 6.45pm; Concert starts at 7.00pm

    Proceeds shared between the National Trust for Jersey and The Jersey Vocal Trust

  • Bugsy Malone
    7:30 pm-8:00 pm
    2018.10.18-2018.10.21

    Play by Alan Parker / Words and Music by Paul Williams.

    Directed by Rhona Richards

    ‘Bugsy Malone’ is a slapstick, musical comedy following the rivalry between two half-witted street gangs in 1920’s New York. On one side Dandy Dan’s mob terrorizes the district, taking out enemies with their latest weapon: whipped cream splurge guns. On the other side, Fat Sam runs the successful Grand Slam Speakeasy but still fights with old fashioned custard pies. Enter Bugsy Malone, a smooth talking ex-boxer who is simultaneously trying to woo singer, Blousey, and end the splurge war. It’s about to get messy!

    18 October – 21 October
    Thursday + Friday: 7.30pm / Saturday: 2pm + 7.30pm / Sunday: 2pm + 6pm

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  • La Faîs’sie d’Cidre
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2018.10.20-2018.10.21

    Celebrating Jersey’s rich heritage of cider production. Bringing together communities, volunteers and of course apple and cider experts

  • Advanced Bread Making Workshop
    2:00 pm-6:00 pm
    2018.10.20

    Learn how to make your own sourdough bread in the Trust’s very own watermill using our freshly milled stoneground flour. Artisan baker Richie Howell of Pain de Famille will guide participants through the whole bread making process from start to finish ‒ from preparing the ferment and mixing the dough to proving and baking their own traditional loaf of bread. This advanced class is aimed at bakers with some experience. As well as learning how to make a traditional loaf, you will also learn several different shaping techniques and how to incorporate your own flavourings.

    Meeting Point: Le Moulin de Quétivel
    Time: 2pm – 6pm
    Price: £40 Members; £50 Non-Members to include materials, a recipe pack, a bag of stone ground flour, a guided walk and afternoon tea

  • Donna Annand Melonoma Charity Ball
    7:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.20

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/the-donna-annand-melanoma-charity/

  • JULIETTE BURTON: BUTTERFLY EFFECT
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.20

    IN THE STUDIO
    PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
    TICKETS: £14
    CONCESSIONS: £12

    “A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH… EDUCATIONAL AND HILARIOUS… A MUST-SEE.”

    ««««« Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
    Following total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows in 2015, 2016 and 2017, Award-winning comedian Juliette Burton will be touring the UK this autumn with Butterfly Effect, her hugely popular show, in which she investigates the power of kindness and whether small, kind-hearted acts can make the world a better place.
    “INTELLIGENT, EMOTIONAL, LIBERATING.”««««« Voice Magazine
    At a time when most of us find it hard enough being kind to ourselves – let alone others – is being nice outdated? Or can we still connect and change lives for the better?
    Join Juliette as she continues to inspire us all with her one-woman revolution to help us to look at ourselves and those around us in a more positive, life-affirming way.
    Can a small act of kindness make a big difference?
    Would you #DareToBeKind?
    “SERIOUSLY VERY FUNNY. HUGE TALENT…AND THEN SOME” «««««Daily Mirror
    Juliette Burton is an award-winning performer, writer, presenter and broadcast journalist.
    As well as Butterfly Effect Juliette has previously performed three other solo shows (When I Grow Up, Look At Me and Decision Time). They have been seen by audiences around the world and she has performed at some of the best-known Festivals including Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2015 Juliette won the Argus Angel Award at Brighton Fringe for Look At Me.
    Juliette’s TV and radio credits include The One Show (BBC1), This Morning (ITV), Skin Deep and Feeling Kind of Funny (both BBC Scotland) BBC At Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iPlayer), BBC Tomorrow’s World(BBC/Wellcome Trust) and How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore). She also played the lead role in SuperMum, directed by Lisa Gifford, which premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
    As a writer, Juliette has contributed to The Independent, i Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and BBC News. She is an ambassador for mental health charity ReThink, and fundraiser for Mind and B-eat.
    The UK Tour of Butterfly Effect launches at The Eastgate Centre, Peebles on 31st August and includes dates in Oxford, Salford, Birmingham, Jersey and London among others. by audiences around the world and she has performed at some of the best-known Festivals including Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2015 Juliette won the Argus Angel Award at Brighton Fringe for Look At Me.
    Juliette’s TV and radio credits include The One Show (BBC1), This Morning (ITV), Skin Deep and Feeling Kind of Funny (both BBC Scotland) BBC At Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iPlayer), BBC Tomorrow’s World(BBC/Wellcome Trust) and How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore). She also played the lead role in SuperMum, directed by Lisa Gifford, which premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
    As a writer, Juliette has contributed to The Independent, i Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and BBC News. She is an ambassador for mental health charity ReThink, and fundraiser for Mind and B-eat.
    The UK Tour of Butterfly Effect launches at The Eastgate Centre, Peebles on 31st August and includes dates in Oxford, Salford, Birmingham, Jersey and London among others.
  • Alegria – Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.20

    Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
    Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

    Two course menu available for £19.00 per person.
    Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • More events
    • La Faîs’sie d’Cidre
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2018.10.20-2018.10.21

      Celebrating Jersey’s rich heritage of cider production. Bringing together communities, volunteers and of course apple and cider experts

    • Advanced Bread Making Workshop
      2:00 pm-6:00 pm
      2018.10.20

      Learn how to make your own sourdough bread in the Trust’s very own watermill using our freshly milled stoneground flour. Artisan baker Richie Howell of Pain de Famille will guide participants through the whole bread making process from start to finish ‒ from preparing the ferment and mixing the dough to proving and baking their own traditional loaf of bread. This advanced class is aimed at bakers with some experience. As well as learning how to make a traditional loaf, you will also learn several different shaping techniques and how to incorporate your own flavourings.

      Meeting Point: Le Moulin de Quétivel
      Time: 2pm – 6pm
      Price: £40 Members; £50 Non-Members to include materials, a recipe pack, a bag of stone ground flour, a guided walk and afternoon tea

    • Donna Annand Melonoma Charity Ball
      7:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2018.10.20

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/the-donna-annand-melanoma-charity/

    • JULIETTE BURTON: BUTTERFLY EFFECT
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.20
      IN THE STUDIO
      PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
      TICKETS: £14
      CONCESSIONS: £12

      “A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH… EDUCATIONAL AND HILARIOUS… A MUST-SEE.”

      ««««« Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
      Following total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows in 2015, 2016 and 2017, Award-winning comedian Juliette Burton will be touring the UK this autumn with Butterfly Effect, her hugely popular show, in which she investigates the power of kindness and whether small, kind-hearted acts can make the world a better place.
      “INTELLIGENT, EMOTIONAL, LIBERATING.”««««« Voice Magazine
      At a time when most of us find it hard enough being kind to ourselves – let alone others – is being nice outdated? Or can we still connect and change lives for the better?
      Join Juliette as she continues to inspire us all with her one-woman revolution to help us to look at ourselves and those around us in a more positive, life-affirming way.
      Can a small act of kindness make a big difference?
      Would you #DareToBeKind?
      “SERIOUSLY VERY FUNNY. HUGE TALENT…AND THEN SOME” «««««Daily Mirror
      Juliette Burton is an award-winning performer, writer, presenter and broadcast journalist.
      As well as Butterfly Effect Juliette has previously performed three other solo shows (When I Grow Up, Look At Me and Decision Time). They have been seen by audiences around the world and she has performed at some of the best-known Festivals including Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2015 Juliette won the Argus Angel Award at Brighton Fringe for Look At Me.
      Juliette’s TV and radio credits include The One Show (BBC1), This Morning (ITV), Skin Deep and Feeling Kind of Funny (both BBC Scotland) BBC At Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iPlayer), BBC Tomorrow’s World(BBC/Wellcome Trust) and How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore). She also played the lead role in SuperMum, directed by Lisa Gifford, which premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
      As a writer, Juliette has contributed to The Independent, i Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and BBC News. She is an ambassador for mental health charity ReThink, and fundraiser for Mind and B-eat.
      The UK Tour of Butterfly Effect launches at The Eastgate Centre, Peebles on 31st August and includes dates in Oxford, Salford, Birmingham, Jersey and London among others. by audiences around the world and she has performed at some of the best-known Festivals including Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2015 Juliette won the Argus Angel Award at Brighton Fringe for Look At Me.
      Juliette’s TV and radio credits include The One Show (BBC1), This Morning (ITV), Skin Deep and Feeling Kind of Funny (both BBC Scotland) BBC At Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iPlayer), BBC Tomorrow’s World(BBC/Wellcome Trust) and How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore). She also played the lead role in SuperMum, directed by Lisa Gifford, which premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
      As a writer, Juliette has contributed to The Independent, i Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and BBC News. She is an ambassador for mental health charity ReThink, and fundraiser for Mind and B-eat.
      The UK Tour of Butterfly Effect launches at The Eastgate Centre, Peebles on 31st August and includes dates in Oxford, Salford, Birmingham, Jersey and London among others.
    • Alegria - Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.20

      Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
      Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

      Two course menu available for £19.00 per person.
      Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

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  • Open Store
    2:30 pm-3:30 pm
    2018.10.22

    Rare opportunity to get behind the scenes access to Jersey Heritage art, object and archaeology stores.  All of the tours are free to join but pre-booking is essential by calling 01534 833300.  Parking is available onsite, meet at the object store behind the Sir Francis Cook Gallery, access through gravelled road just past Sir Francis Gallery on Trinity main road

  • Loveless
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.22

    2017 Russia / France / Germany / Belgium / USA | 124 mins | Cert: 15

    Director: Andrei Zvyagintsev

    An estranged couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start afresh until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights. This visually mesmerising film provides a piercing critique of contemporary Russian society.

    £5 (£3 students) only available on the door.

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  • The Master Gunner
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    2018.10.23

    Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

    6 May to 30 September: Daily – 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

    1 October to 27 October: Monday to Saturday  12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

  • Lunchtime Jèrriais Lessons at the Library
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2018.10.23

    From Aline Cattermole, Maitrêsse du Jèrriais (Jèrriais Teacher):

    V’nez pâler l’Jèrriais!

    It is the native and historical language of our island! Knowing Jèrriais is still relevant today as it gives us a better understanding of our history, geography and traditions. Jèrriais also helps us embrace our local identity and reinforces our feeling of belonging to the community. Our classes are fun and communicative and we aim to enable students to understand speak the language promptly.

    Our weekly Adult classes are free and they take place every Tuesday (1.10 to 1.50pm) starting 25th September. Students are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

    For more information, contact Aline on a.cattermole@jeron.je

     

  • Dealing with Stretch
    5:45 pm-7:00 pm
    2018.10.23

    There are so many amazing stretch fabrics available at the moment but they can be tricky to handle. 5.45-6.15 Rachel will demonstrate stretch stitches available on sewing machines & how to stitch stretch fabric together. She will also show stitches on the overlocker & cover pro. 6.15-6.30 any questions
    6.30 -7.00 shopping time £5.00 advance booking fee redeemable against any products purchased during the evening. Please note: This is not a masterclass on stretch but purely an introduction. (Not suitable for attendees under 10) Booking essential. Tel 878877 or email rachel@rachelstextilesstudio.com

  • Save a Baby’s Life Workshop – Baby, Infant and Child CPR
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2018.10.23

    Would you know what to do if a baby stopped breathing?

    Learn :-

    Infant Life Support (CPR)
    Infant Choking (diagnosis and treatment)
    Infant Drowning (diagnosis and treatment)

    Trainer: NIcky Holgate-Smith, accredited Royal Life Saving Society trainer

    Venue: TBC.

    Refreshments available.

    We are asking for a minimum donation of £10 per person to go to Philip’s Footprints, places strictly limited. Please contact to book your slot.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/philips-footprints/

  • Penelope Blackie
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.23

    Penelope returns for her 12th consecutive recital. Over the years, she has built up an appreciative and enthusiastic audience in the Island who have responded to the emotional depth and subtlety of her playing. Programme includes:

    J.S Bach: Two Preludes and Fugues from The Well Tempered Clavier Book II

    Beethoven: Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57, the “Appassionata”

    Chopin: Three Mazurkas Op. 59

    Schumann: Kreisleriana Op. 16

  • More events
    • The Master Gunner
      12:00 pm-1:00 pm
      2018.10.23

      Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

      6 May to 30 September: Daily – 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

      1 October to 27 October: Monday to Saturday  12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration

    • Lunchtime Jèrriais Lessons at the Library
      1:10 pm-1:50 pm
      2018.10.23

      From Aline Cattermole, Maitrêsse du Jèrriais (Jèrriais Teacher):

      V’nez pâler l’Jèrriais!

      It is the native and historical language of our island! Knowing Jèrriais is still relevant today as it gives us a better understanding of our history, geography and traditions. Jèrriais also helps us embrace our local identity and reinforces our feeling of belonging to the community. Our classes are fun and communicative and we aim to enable students to understand speak the language promptly.

      Our weekly Adult classes are free and they take place every Tuesday (1.10 to 1.50pm) starting 25th September. Students are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

      For more information, contact Aline on a.cattermole@jeron.je

       

    • Dealing with Stretch
      5:45 pm-7:00 pm
      2018.10.23

      There are so many amazing stretch fabrics available at the moment but they can be tricky to handle. 5.45-6.15 Rachel will demonstrate stretch stitches available on sewing machines & how to stitch stretch fabric together. She will also show stitches on the overlocker & cover pro. 6.15-6.30 any questions
      6.30 -7.00 shopping time £5.00 advance booking fee redeemable against any products purchased during the evening. Please note: This is not a masterclass on stretch but purely an introduction. (Not suitable for attendees under 10) Booking essential. Tel 878877 or email rachel@rachelstextilesstudio.com

    • Save a Baby's Life Workshop - Baby, Infant and Child CPR
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2018.10.23

      Would you know what to do if a baby stopped breathing?

      Learn :-

      Infant Life Support (CPR)
      Infant Choking (diagnosis and treatment)
      Infant Drowning (diagnosis and treatment)

      Trainer: NIcky Holgate-Smith, accredited Royal Life Saving Society trainer

      Venue: TBC.

      Refreshments available.

      We are asking for a minimum donation of £10 per person to go to Philip’s Footprints, places strictly limited. Please contact to book your slot.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/philips-footprints/

    • Penelope Blackie
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.23

      Penelope returns for her 12th consecutive recital. Over the years, she has built up an appreciative and enthusiastic audience in the Island who have responded to the emotional depth and subtlety of her playing. Programme includes:

      J.S Bach: Two Preludes and Fugues from The Well Tempered Clavier Book II

      Beethoven: Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57, the “Appassionata”

      Chopin: Three Mazurkas Op. 59

      Schumann: Kreisleriana Op. 16

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  • Funny Girl – The Musical
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2018.10.24

    ENCORE SCREENING
    PERFORMANCE TIME: 7PM
    TICKETS: £13.50
    CONCESSIONS: £12
    Following its record-breaking, sell-out run in London’s West End and national tour, the critically-acclaimed musical Funny Girl comes to a cinema near you, featuring Sheridan Smith in “an unforgettable star turn” (The Times). Funny Girl is semi-biographical, based on the life and career of Broadway star, film actress and comedienne Fanny Brice (a role made famous by Barbara Streisand on Broadway and in the 1968 film adaptation), and her stormy relationship with entrepreneur and gambler Nick Arnstein.
    Praised by critics as having “irresistible charm, wit and warmth” (Metro), and hailing Sheridan Smith as “the greatest star by far” (The Daily Telegraph), Funny Girl features a host of iconic and timeless musical numbers including “People,” “I’m the Greatest Star,” and “Don’t Rain On My Parade.”
    Hilarious, glorious, and ‘exhilarating’ (The Independent), don’t miss this sensational production from the comfort of your local cinema seat.
    ‘Sheridan Smith is “The greatest star by far”’
    ★★★★★
    The Daily Telegraph
    ‘Triumphantly reinvents Funny Girl for a new generation’
    ★★★★
    Evening Standard
    ‘Sheridan Smith is hilarious, glorious, touching. An unforgettable star turn’
    ★★★★
    The Times
  • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto’s!
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.24

    ckRoberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

    Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

    Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Open Mic night at The Tipsy
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.24

    Musicians and friends, old and new, all welcome at the Tipsy Open Mic, Wednesdays from 8 pm – hosted by Foolish Things

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  • Street Food Thursday
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    2018.10.25

    The Street Food Thursday vendors can be found in the town centre every Thursday, April to December. With plenty of delicious flavours to excite the taste buds, choices range from Vietnamese, Mexican, pizza and vegetarian options, to cupcakes and bubble waffles. Vendor locations are Halkett Street, Don Street, Brook Street and Charing Cross

  • Black Butter Making at The Elms
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2018.10.25

    Come along and get involved in the National Trust for Jersey’s annual Black Butter making event. It is a real community affair with all ages welcome and it is free!

    Between 1600 and 1700, twenty percent of Jersey’s arable land was made up of orchards. Cider was made by farmers to give to their staff, making up part of their wages. A great tradition that existed as a result of the Island’s proliferation of apples was the production of ‘black butter’ or ‘Le Niere Buerre’. Made from cider apples, the mixture was boiled over a fire for many hours – up to two days and continuously stirred with a wooden ‘rabot’ or paddle. Finally, when the ‘apple jam’ mixture had reduced to half the volume, sugar, lemon, a mixture of spices and a hint of liquorice were added. Production of the butter was a very popular community event following each winter crop with traditional singing, dancing, storytelling and chatting going on into the early hours of the morning.

    In an effort to keep this tradition alive, the National Trust for Jersey stage its annual event and invite participants to embrace the community spirit and get involved in the ancient art of making Black Butter – peeling apples from 2 to 5pm in the Pressoir at The Elms.

    Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

  • An Evening with Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.25

    PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
    TICKETS: £25
    CONCESSIONS: £20
    Jason Fox is a former Royal Marines Commando and Special Forces Sergeant. These days you are most likely to find him on our film & television screens and giving us a taste of action and adventure around the world.
    Jason joined the Royal Marine Commandos at 16, serving for 10 years, after which he passed the gruelling selection process for the Special Forces, serving with the Special Air Service/Special Boat Service. He’s planned and led operations including hostage rescue, counter terrorism, counter insurgency, maritime counter terrorism, surveillance, body guarding and counter narcotic missions. Jason also trained as a combat swimmer, demolitions expert, Special Forces dog handler and jungle survival expert.
    He left the Special Forces in 2012, moving in to the TV and Film industry, initially by using his wealth of experience in the Special Forces to support production crews who were working in environmentally hostile areas, such as the jungle, the arctic or the desert. It was during this period that Jason was one of the divers that found the lost treasure of Captain Kidd – one of the most prolific pirates of the 17th century – just off the coast of Madagascar.
    Jason then went on to star in front of the camera for Channel 4’s first series of prime-time hit show, SAS WHO DARES WINS. We are now on series 3 of the successful series, which has been praised for drawing in a significant share of young audiences and receiving critical acclaim.
    August 2018 sees Jason’s new primetime, ground-breaking and channel first series, ‘THE REAL LIFE NARCOS’ airing on Channel4. Hailed as their flagship show for the year, Jason goes back to the frontlines of the drug war to confront the kind of criminals he once targeted. Jason travels to the heart of Cartel territory in Mexico, Peru and Columbia meeting cocaine cooks, cartel enforcers, underworld kingpins and traffickers to understand the complexities of the billion-pound narcotics industry. Jason also takes a producer credit on the series.
    With a broad range of experiences, Jason regularly leads and motivates teams in pressurised environments for the corporate world. Designing specific packages for the ultimate team building exercise; where the team can be put through challenging and gruelling Special Forces drills.
    Jason is also Co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery (which helps preserve lives of distressed servicemen, veterans and their families) and is an ambassador for Veterans For Wildlife (for the prevention of wildlife crime). Whilst also lending support to Movember to raise awareness for prostate cancer.
    Finally, Jason recently set two new world records, in a never been done before row across the Atlantic in aid of the NSPCC.
    Come and join Jason, and hear first-hand about his unbelievable story so far and what the future holds!
  • Zero
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.25

    Submerge into Humanhood’s hypnotic and powerful piece. A visually and sonically mesmerising performance of immersive sound, hypnotising lights and virtuosic movement where the two dancers entangle through a ritualistic journey.

    Experience this spiritual and tribal dance and get transported into a dream-like world of imagination and beauty. Humanhood works collaboratively with international mixed field artists and aims to create immersive dance productions fusing light, sound and movement.

    ‘Zero’ is Humanhood’s first full length piece and has been researched and created over a one year period.

  • More events
    • Street Food Thursday
      10:00 am-7:00 pm
      2018.10.25

      The Street Food Thursday vendors can be found in the town centre every Thursday, April to December. With plenty of delicious flavours to excite the taste buds, choices range from Vietnamese, Mexican, pizza and vegetarian options, to cupcakes and bubble waffles. Vendor locations are Halkett Street, Don Street, Brook Street and Charing Cross

    • Black Butter Making at The Elms
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2018.10.25

      Come along and get involved in the National Trust for Jersey’s annual Black Butter making event. It is a real community affair with all ages welcome and it is free!

      Between 1600 and 1700, twenty percent of Jersey’s arable land was made up of orchards. Cider was made by farmers to give to their staff, making up part of their wages. A great tradition that existed as a result of the Island’s proliferation of apples was the production of ‘black butter’ or ‘Le Niere Buerre’. Made from cider apples, the mixture was boiled over a fire for many hours – up to two days and continuously stirred with a wooden ‘rabot’ or paddle. Finally, when the ‘apple jam’ mixture had reduced to half the volume, sugar, lemon, a mixture of spices and a hint of liquorice were added. Production of the butter was a very popular community event following each winter crop with traditional singing, dancing, storytelling and chatting going on into the early hours of the morning.

      In an effort to keep this tradition alive, the National Trust for Jersey stage its annual event and invite participants to embrace the community spirit and get involved in the ancient art of making Black Butter – peeling apples from 2 to 5pm in the Pressoir at The Elms.

      Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

    • An Evening with Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.25
      PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
      TICKETS: £25
      CONCESSIONS: £20
      Jason Fox is a former Royal Marines Commando and Special Forces Sergeant. These days you are most likely to find him on our film & television screens and giving us a taste of action and adventure around the world.
      Jason joined the Royal Marine Commandos at 16, serving for 10 years, after which he passed the gruelling selection process for the Special Forces, serving with the Special Air Service/Special Boat Service. He’s planned and led operations including hostage rescue, counter terrorism, counter insurgency, maritime counter terrorism, surveillance, body guarding and counter narcotic missions. Jason also trained as a combat swimmer, demolitions expert, Special Forces dog handler and jungle survival expert.
      He left the Special Forces in 2012, moving in to the TV and Film industry, initially by using his wealth of experience in the Special Forces to support production crews who were working in environmentally hostile areas, such as the jungle, the arctic or the desert. It was during this period that Jason was one of the divers that found the lost treasure of Captain Kidd – one of the most prolific pirates of the 17th century – just off the coast of Madagascar.
      Jason then went on to star in front of the camera for Channel 4’s first series of prime-time hit show, SAS WHO DARES WINS. We are now on series 3 of the successful series, which has been praised for drawing in a significant share of young audiences and receiving critical acclaim.
      August 2018 sees Jason’s new primetime, ground-breaking and channel first series, ‘THE REAL LIFE NARCOS’ airing on Channel4. Hailed as their flagship show for the year, Jason goes back to the frontlines of the drug war to confront the kind of criminals he once targeted. Jason travels to the heart of Cartel territory in Mexico, Peru and Columbia meeting cocaine cooks, cartel enforcers, underworld kingpins and traffickers to understand the complexities of the billion-pound narcotics industry. Jason also takes a producer credit on the series.
      With a broad range of experiences, Jason regularly leads and motivates teams in pressurised environments for the corporate world. Designing specific packages for the ultimate team building exercise; where the team can be put through challenging and gruelling Special Forces drills.
      Jason is also Co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery (which helps preserve lives of distressed servicemen, veterans and their families) and is an ambassador for Veterans For Wildlife (for the prevention of wildlife crime). Whilst also lending support to Movember to raise awareness for prostate cancer.
      Finally, Jason recently set two new world records, in a never been done before row across the Atlantic in aid of the NSPCC.
      Come and join Jason, and hear first-hand about his unbelievable story so far and what the future holds!
    • Zero
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.25

      Submerge into Humanhood’s hypnotic and powerful piece. A visually and sonically mesmerising performance of immersive sound, hypnotising lights and virtuosic movement where the two dancers entangle through a ritualistic journey.

      Experience this spiritual and tribal dance and get transported into a dream-like world of imagination and beauty. Humanhood works collaboratively with international mixed field artists and aims to create immersive dance productions fusing light, sound and movement.

      ‘Zero’ is Humanhood’s first full length piece and has been researched and created over a one year period.

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  • Spanish & French Lessons – Oct 1/2 Term – Discount
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2018.10.26-2018.11.03

    🌟 New 🇪🇸 SPANISH<GCSE>FRENCH 🇫🇷:
    > Do you YEARS 10 + 11 students seek to boost your overall attainment or stretch yourself to higher levels?

    💫 Lower SECONDARY/KS3:
    > You could have extra 🇪🇸 SPANISH outside school to support the little covered, especially Year 7 and sometimes 8!

    ⭐️ Upper PRIMARY/KS2:
    > Are you keen for your children/relatives to take up not just compulsory 🇫🇷 FRENCH but also a 2nd foreign language, 🇪🇸 SPANISH?

    + 🌟 ADULTS:
    Are you seeking general 🇫🇷 FRENCH or 🇪🇸 SPANISH (conversational) sessions, or business/property or leisure/travel language?

    *** Anyone who signs up to start tuition during October 1/2 term break will receive 50% DISCOUNT on the first lesson.

    1 lucky winner will get the 1st lesson FREE!

    The idea is that lessons will then continue into term-time/breaks –

    There is also a SPECIAL OFFER on the 1st BLOCK of 5 / 10 lessons. ***

    * 1-1 Tuition
    * Group Sessions (Find or be matched with 1 or 2 others)

    * 45 minutes
    * 1 hour
    * 1 1/2 hours

    – Weekdays:
    * Morning
    * Afternoon
    * Evening
    – Weekend:
    * Saturday daytime

    > To see the experience, credentials and successes of the private tutor, and for other information e.g. ‘TICKETS’, please just visit the Facebook PAGE to CONTACT:

    https://www.facebook.com/CLTSJersey/

  • Black Butter Making at The Elms
    10:00 am-9:30 pm
    2018.10.26

    Peeling will start again in the Pressoir at 10 am until late! Stirring of the apples and other ingredients will commence mid-morning on Friday in the large ‘bachin’ over a roaring fire in the Bake-House and will continue all night until Saturday lunch-time.

    Volunteers are invited to come along to peel, stir or contribute to the community supper which will take place on Friday evening with live music.

    Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

  • Sessions #9
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2018.10.26-2018.10.27

    Drama Lab present a showcase of diverse scenes, sketches and mini-plays of different styles and from various writers, performed by our hard working and dedicated ‘Junior’ drama groups.

    Drama Lab Sessions are, quite simply, all about celebrating our younger actors achievement and progress, an opportunity to put theory into practice, and most importantly, to entertain!

    For more info on Drama Lab, please contact: info@drama-lab.org.uk

  • MAGICAL MOZART BY CANDLELIGHT
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.26

    Tickets
    Stalls:  £21.50
    Dress Circle: £23.50
    Upper Circle: £20.50
    Concessions: £2 OFF
    Members:  £3 OFF
    Performance Time: 8pm
    “A sublime evening…magical, it certainly was!” Jersey Evening Post
    From the producers of A Viennese Strauss Gala, this sumptuous fully costumed show immerses us in the wonderful music and the classical baroque world of one of the world’s greatest romantic composers- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    With beautiful settings, costumes, lighting, and of course candles, the European Baroque Ensemble and world class opera singers transport you back to the sumptuous past.
    A packed programme of classical music and song, which includes excerpts from the most memorable of Mozart’s operas, such as: The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi Fan Tutte and many more.
    Mozart’s most popular and famous operas are all beautifully sung by world class soloists who, alongside the ensemble, perform some of his most memorable pieces of music, including:
    Symphony no. 40Lacrimosa (Requiem D minor) and Eine Kleine Nacht Musik.
    An evening of Mozart Masterpieces!

    https://youtu.be/JdxZgZ18DgE

     

  • Brian White Quartet at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.26

    The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

    Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

    Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Book a table online or contact us: 727521

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Jersey Bowl Halloween Party 2018
    8:00 pm-1:00 am
    2018.10.26-2018.10.27

    Join us at Jersey Bowl for a thrilling Halloween Party on Friday 26th October 2018. The event is being held from 8pm – 1am in our large and spooky events room along with live entertainment.

    We will have live performances from Certain Villains, Yield, Hot Plastic and Omar-God. They will perform in the room throughout the night.

    Entry is FREE, fancy dress is a must and there will be a prize for best fancy dressed on the night! We will also be serving a devlish hot curry for an extra supplement of £5 per person.

    Don’t miss out on this hair raising event so eat, drink and be scary!
    OVER 18’S

  • Halloween rock
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    2018.10.26-2018.10.27

    Free entry fancy dress rock night should be a cracking night

    Omar God are filming a music video on the night! Come super freaky like and be in it!

  • RoodMood at The Merton Hotel
    9:30 pm-11:00 pm
    2018.10.26

    We had a gruesome time last year playing for the Merton Hotel’s horrifying Halloween night! And we plan on making no less petrifying this year! Come down and show us how scary you can get when you strut your skeleton on the dancefloor!

  • More events
    • Spanish & French Lessons - Oct 1/2 Term - Discount
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2018.10.26-2018.11.03

      🌟 New 🇪🇸 SPANISH<GCSE>FRENCH 🇫🇷:
      > Do you YEARS 10 + 11 students seek to boost your overall attainment or stretch yourself to higher levels?

      💫 Lower SECONDARY/KS3:
      > You could have extra 🇪🇸 SPANISH outside school to support the little covered, especially Year 7 and sometimes 8!

      ⭐️ Upper PRIMARY/KS2:
      > Are you keen for your children/relatives to take up not just compulsory 🇫🇷 FRENCH but also a 2nd foreign language, 🇪🇸 SPANISH?

      + 🌟 ADULTS:
      Are you seeking general 🇫🇷 FRENCH or 🇪🇸 SPANISH (conversational) sessions, or business/property or leisure/travel language?

      *** Anyone who signs up to start tuition during October 1/2 term break will receive 50% DISCOUNT on the first lesson.

      1 lucky winner will get the 1st lesson FREE!

      The idea is that lessons will then continue into term-time/breaks –

      There is also a SPECIAL OFFER on the 1st BLOCK of 5 / 10 lessons. ***

      * 1-1 Tuition
      * Group Sessions (Find or be matched with 1 or 2 others)

      * 45 minutes
      * 1 hour
      * 1 1/2 hours

      – Weekdays:
      * Morning
      * Afternoon
      * Evening
      – Weekend:
      * Saturday daytime

      > To see the experience, credentials and successes of the private tutor, and for other information e.g. ‘TICKETS’, please just visit the Facebook PAGE to CONTACT:

      https://www.facebook.com/CLTSJersey/

    • Black Butter Making at The Elms
      10:00 am-9:30 pm
      2018.10.26

      Peeling will start again in the Pressoir at 10 am until late! Stirring of the apples and other ingredients will commence mid-morning on Friday in the large ‘bachin’ over a roaring fire in the Bake-House and will continue all night until Saturday lunch-time.

      Volunteers are invited to come along to peel, stir or contribute to the community supper which will take place on Friday evening with live music.

      Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

    • Sessions #9
      7:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2018.10.26-2018.10.27

      Drama Lab present a showcase of diverse scenes, sketches and mini-plays of different styles and from various writers, performed by our hard working and dedicated ‘Junior’ drama groups.

      Drama Lab Sessions are, quite simply, all about celebrating our younger actors achievement and progress, an opportunity to put theory into practice, and most importantly, to entertain!

      For more info on Drama Lab, please contact: info@drama-lab.org.uk

    • MAGICAL MOZART BY CANDLELIGHT
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.26
      Tickets
      Stalls:  £21.50
      Dress Circle: £23.50
      Upper Circle: £20.50
      Concessions: £2 OFF
      Members:  £3 OFF
      Performance Time: 8pm
      “A sublime evening…magical, it certainly was!” Jersey Evening Post
      From the producers of A Viennese Strauss Gala, this sumptuous fully costumed show immerses us in the wonderful music and the classical baroque world of one of the world’s greatest romantic composers- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      With beautiful settings, costumes, lighting, and of course candles, the European Baroque Ensemble and world class opera singers transport you back to the sumptuous past.
      A packed programme of classical music and song, which includes excerpts from the most memorable of Mozart’s operas, such as: The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi Fan Tutte and many more.
      Mozart’s most popular and famous operas are all beautifully sung by world class soloists who, alongside the ensemble, perform some of his most memorable pieces of music, including:
      Symphony no. 40Lacrimosa (Requiem D minor) and Eine Kleine Nacht Musik.
      An evening of Mozart Masterpieces!

      https://youtu.be/JdxZgZ18DgE

       

    • Brian White Quartet at Roberto's
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2018.10.26

      The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

      Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

      Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

      Book a table online or contact us: 727521

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Jersey Bowl Halloween Party 2018
      8:00 pm-1:00 am
      2018.10.26-2018.10.27

      Join us at Jersey Bowl for a thrilling Halloween Party on Friday 26th October 2018. The event is being held from 8pm – 1am in our large and spooky events room along with live entertainment.

      We will have live performances from Certain Villains, Yield, Hot Plastic and Omar-God. They will perform in the room throughout the night.

      Entry is FREE, fancy dress is a must and there will be a prize for best fancy dressed on the night! We will also be serving a devlish hot curry for an extra supplement of £5 per person.

      Don’t miss out on this hair raising event so eat, drink and be scary!
      OVER 18’S

    • Halloween rock
      9:00 pm-12:00 am
      2018.10.26-2018.10.27

      Free entry fancy dress rock night should be a cracking night

      Omar God are filming a music video on the night! Come super freaky like and be in it!

    • RoodMood at The Merton Hotel
      9:30 pm-11:00 pm
      2018.10.26

      We had a gruesome time last year playing for the Merton Hotel’s horrifying Halloween night! And we plan on making no less petrifying this year! Come down and show us how scary you can get when you strut your skeleton on the dancefloor!

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  • The Vintage Fair St Aubin
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    The Original Vintage Fair began in St Aubin in 2007. We are an ever expanding group of collectors and enthusiasts who sell unique vintage items dating from the 1900s( or earlier!) to the 1980s. The items you’ll find at our fairs include ceramics, jewellery, vintage linens, French shabby chic, restored & hand painted furniture, prints and posters, kitchenalia, ceramics & studios pottery, vintage clothes and accessories, postcards & books.

  • Black Butter Making at The Elms
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    Enjoy Market Day at The Elms from 10 am until 4 pm. See the final stages of the Black Butter being made as it is taken off the flames and the mixed spice and cinnamon are added. Enjoy live music and pumpkin carving in the courtyard and browse stalls selling fresh produce, home baked cakes and art and crafts from local artisans. Enjoy cider and sausages, wood fired pizza and other delicacies from food trailers and participate in the jarring up of the freshly made Black Butter which then goes on sale!

    Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

  • Ransoms Pumpkin Hunt
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    The Ransoms Halloween Pumpkin Hunt will take place on Saturday the 27th of October from 10am to 4pm.
    Come dressed up in your scariest outfit and hunt for our spooky pumpkins.
    Enter your name into our prize draw on completion of the pumpkin hunt to be in with a chance of winning the Ransoms Halloween Pumpkin Hunt Prize.

  • Wreath Making Workshop
    10:00 am-1:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    1 session

    Come along to this creative wreath/garland making workshop in preparation to make your own in time for Halloween or Christmas.

    Please bring some ribbon or decoration to make your own personalised creation.

    All other materials and tools will be supplied.

  • Halloween Half Term
    10:30 am-3:30 pm
    2018.10.27-2018.11.04

    This October Half Term, bring your little monsters to the Durrell Discovery Centre for a range of spooktacular Halloween-themed crafts and activities.

  • Jersey Reds vs Richmond
  • Boo at the Zoo
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    This Halloween, explore the Zoo after dark to find out which ghosts and ghouls visit the grounds after the animals have gone to sleep

  • Kafung! Get your dancing shoes on
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    The Kafung Band brings a sophisticated, multicultural musical fusion. Kafung’s music is a dynamic mix of Jazz, Pop, Latin, and West African sounds with vocalists singing in a variety of
    languages.

    Get those dancing shoes ready!
    Drums – Sheikh Blondie
    Guitar – Steve Royle
    Saxophone – Pete Ashton
    Vocalists – Juliette and Kit Ashton

    Two-course menu available at £19.00
    Reservations Tel: 727521 or Book online: https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

  • COURTNEY PINE PRESENTS: BLACK NOTES FROM THE DEEP
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2018.10.27

    FEATURING GUEST VOCALIST OMAR
    Tickets: £20
    Performance Time: 8pm
    ” There have been many pioneers in the black British community – people who have defined an era, changed societal perceptions and made it easier for those who follow to progress in their field. Courtney Pine is such a trailblazer” THE VOICE
    Multi-instrumentalist Courtney Pine CBE is a British born Jazz Giant.
    In the 80’s he was one of the first black British jazz artists to make a serious mark on the jazz scene when his first album charted the Top 40. He’s had numerous BBC Jazz Awards, MOBO’s, a Mercury Music Prize nomination and remained at the forefront of UK jazz with a contemporary jazz style that integrates modern British sounds like drum n bass and UK garage alongside soul, hip-hop and deep rooted influences from across the Caribbean.
    For his latest project he returns to the tenor saxophone and features the vocal talents of UK soul star Omar, whose 1992 hit single “There’s Nothing Like This” established a truly unique “signature” sound that has earned him widespread critical acclaim, collaborating with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Erykah Badu. This special project brings together two of the UK’s finest jazz and soul talents composing, recording and performing new original material together for the first time.
    The project was launched with a sold out concert at The Barbican in March 2017 followed by a string of UK tour dates and the album was released in October 2017
    “In a Class of His Own” THE TIMES
    “Nothing short of breath-taking” THE TELEGRAPH
    courtney-pine.co.uk
    omarmusic.co.uk
  • ECHO & The Bunnymen
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2018.10.27

    Tickets bought via android phone or iPad will not have the option to choose seats. Seat choice is only available on some laptops and desk top computers.

    Tickets
    £38.50

    Times
    19:00 Doors Open
    20:00 Support Act
    20:30 Interval
    21:00 Echo & The Bunnymen
    22:30 Curfew

    Echo & The Bunnymen
    “Like other great bands, Echo and the Bunnymen thrived on the chemistry of its four elements, with each having a distinct personality that operated at full steam only when together. Mac the mouth, Will the psychedelia loving trekkie, Les the dream-obsessed rock around which the band was built and Pete the Trinidad-born foreigner who became a top-class drummer overnight. All four parts together completed the puzzle by the name of Echo and the Bunnymen. They could still function without one of the cogs, mind, yet it wouldn’t be quite the same. DeFreitas was the last to join, in 1980, replacing the less than reliable drum machine, Echo, ahead of initial rehearsals for what would shape up to be their fiery debut, Crocodiles. It aligned them at the forefront of the so-called Manchester-Liverpool axis (Fall/Joy Division-Echo and the Bunnymen/The Teardrop Explodes) and set the tone for their career: post-punk fraught with atmosphere, mystery, psychedelic textures and a surplus of attitude. It didn’t last, of course. How could it? The band splintered apart as their eponymous fifth effort began to make serious inroads in terms of popularity. Mac went it alone, the other guys mystifyingly tried to keep going without their charsimatic singer. Neither made much of a dent and things only spiralled for the worse with Pete DeFreitas’ untimely death. However, with the passing of time, whatever bad blood existed between them begun to evaporate. By ’94 the remaining trio patched things up and gave it another go, beginning one of the extremely rare reunions that has kept a modicum of dignity, with a string of low-key, decent to good albums that continue to this day.”

    FAQs
    Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
    Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.

    What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
    There is a multi-storey car park on Pier Road that has direct access to Fort Regent. Taxi’s can drop off and pick up at the Entrance to Fort Regent.

    How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
    Questions can be directed to info@rockit.je

    What’s the refund policy?
    UNLESS THE EVENT IS CANCELLED. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. You agree to this no refund policy when you purchase your ticket.

    Entry, Bars & Alcohol policy?
    Challenge 25 policy
    For those lucky to look younger than 25, in accordance with our Challenge 25 policy, our bar staff will be required to check ID at point of sale, so please take this as a compliment as there are those of us who miss being asked.

    You must be at least 18 years of age to be served alcohol.

    Valid photographic ID is required upon entry to verify your E-Ticket and age. Suitable forms of valid photographic ID include your passport, driver’s licence and any photographic ID that carries the PASS logo. Photocopies are not acceptable.

    Enjoy the show!

  • Out-There Presents Freak-Out
    10:00 pm-2:00 am
    2018.10.27-2018.10.28

    OUT-THERE are proud to present a brand new experience launching this Halloween, as we bring you the biggest and freakiest Halloween party to hit these shores in years!

    FREAK-OUT is coming, and things will never be the same. On October 27th the freaks come out to play!

    Join us in the darkness up at Jersey’s most historic nightclub, as we bring you a truly monstrous lineup featuring 4 huge UK guests from the worlds of drum and bass and tech-house across 2 floors!

    Be a part of the freak show! OUT-THERE outfits and fancy dress are most definitely encouraged this year. We’ll be running our biggest competition ever on the night, rock up with your squad in your freakiest outfits and you could win;

    4 x BLKOUT 2019 TICKETS
    4 x OUT-THERE 2019 TICKETS
    Plus more prizes yet to be announced!

    The spirits have also blessed us by turning the clocks back on this dark night. Meaning we all get an extra hour of partying inside the freak show this Halloween!

    On sale fromfreakoutthere.eventbrite.co.uk

  • More events
    • The Vintage Fair St Aubin
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      The Original Vintage Fair began in St Aubin in 2007. We are an ever expanding group of collectors and enthusiasts who sell unique vintage items dating from the 1900s( or earlier!) to the 1980s. The items you’ll find at our fairs include ceramics, jewellery, vintage linens, French shabby chic, restored & hand painted furniture, prints and posters, kitchenalia, ceramics & studios pottery, vintage clothes and accessories, postcards & books.

    • Black Butter Making at The Elms
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      Enjoy Market Day at The Elms from 10 am until 4 pm. See the final stages of the Black Butter being made as it is taken off the flames and the mixed spice and cinnamon are added. Enjoy live music and pumpkin carving in the courtyard and browse stalls selling fresh produce, home baked cakes and art and crafts from local artisans. Enjoy cider and sausages, wood fired pizza and other delicacies from food trailers and participate in the jarring up of the freshly made Black Butter which then goes on sale!

      Kindly Supported by JP Restaurants

    • Ransoms Pumpkin Hunt
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      The Ransoms Halloween Pumpkin Hunt will take place on Saturday the 27th of October from 10am to 4pm.
      Come dressed up in your scariest outfit and hunt for our spooky pumpkins.
      Enter your name into our prize draw on completion of the pumpkin hunt to be in with a chance of winning the Ransoms Halloween Pumpkin Hunt Prize.

    • Wreath Making Workshop
      10:00 am-1:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      1 session

      Come along to this creative wreath/garland making workshop in preparation to make your own in time for Halloween or Christmas.

      Please bring some ribbon or decoration to make your own personalised creation.

      All other materials and tools will be supplied.

    • Halloween Half Term
      10:30 am-3:30 pm
      2018.10.27-2018.11.04

      This October Half Term, bring your little monsters to the Durrell Discovery Centre for a range of spooktacular Halloween-themed crafts and activities.

    • Jersey Reds vs Richmond
    • Boo at the Zoo
      5:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      This Halloween, explore the Zoo after dark to find out which ghosts and ghouls visit the grounds after the animals have gone to sleep

    • Kafung! Get your dancing shoes on
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.27

      The Kafung Band brings a sophisticated, multicultural musical fusion. Kafung’s music is a dynamic mix of Jazz, Pop, Latin, and West African sounds with vocalists singing in a variety of
      languages.

      Get those dancing shoes ready!
      Drums – Sheikh Blondie
      Guitar – Steve Royle
      Saxophone – Pete Ashton
      Vocalists – Juliette and Kit Ashton

      Two-course menu available at £19.00
      Reservations Tel: 727521 or Book online: https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

    • COURTNEY PINE PRESENTS: BLACK NOTES FROM THE DEEP
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2018.10.27
      FEATURING GUEST VOCALIST OMAR
      Tickets: £20
      Performance Time: 8pm
      ” There have been many pioneers in the black British community – people who have defined an era, changed societal perceptions and made it easier for those who follow to progress in their field. Courtney Pine is such a trailblazer” THE VOICE
      Multi-instrumentalist Courtney Pine CBE is a British born Jazz Giant.
      In the 80’s he was one of the first black British jazz artists to make a serious mark on the jazz scene when his first album charted the Top 40. He’s had numerous BBC Jazz Awards, MOBO’s, a Mercury Music Prize nomination and remained at the forefront of UK jazz with a contemporary jazz style that integrates modern British sounds like drum n bass and UK garage alongside soul, hip-hop and deep rooted influences from across the Caribbean.
      For his latest project he returns to the tenor saxophone and features the vocal talents of UK soul star Omar, whose 1992 hit single “There’s Nothing Like This” established a truly unique “signature” sound that has earned him widespread critical acclaim, collaborating with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Erykah Badu. This special project brings together two of the UK’s finest jazz and soul talents composing, recording and performing new original material together for the first time.
      The project was launched with a sold out concert at The Barbican in March 2017 followed by a string of UK tour dates and the album was released in October 2017
      “In a Class of His Own” THE TIMES
      “Nothing short of breath-taking” THE TELEGRAPH
      courtney-pine.co.uk
      omarmusic.co.uk
    • ECHO & The Bunnymen
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2018.10.27

      Tickets bought via android phone or iPad will not have the option to choose seats. Seat choice is only available on some laptops and desk top computers.

      Tickets
      £38.50

      Times
      19:00 Doors Open
      20:00 Support Act
      20:30 Interval
      21:00 Echo & The Bunnymen
      22:30 Curfew

      Echo & The Bunnymen
      “Like other great bands, Echo and the Bunnymen thrived on the chemistry of its four elements, with each having a distinct personality that operated at full steam only when together. Mac the mouth, Will the psychedelia loving trekkie, Les the dream-obsessed rock around which the band was built and Pete the Trinidad-born foreigner who became a top-class drummer overnight. All four parts together completed the puzzle by the name of Echo and the Bunnymen. They could still function without one of the cogs, mind, yet it wouldn’t be quite the same. DeFreitas was the last to join, in 1980, replacing the less than reliable drum machine, Echo, ahead of initial rehearsals for what would shape up to be their fiery debut, Crocodiles. It aligned them at the forefront of the so-called Manchester-Liverpool axis (Fall/Joy Division-Echo and the Bunnymen/The Teardrop Explodes) and set the tone for their career: post-punk fraught with atmosphere, mystery, psychedelic textures and a surplus of attitude. It didn’t last, of course. How could it? The band splintered apart as their eponymous fifth effort began to make serious inroads in terms of popularity. Mac went it alone, the other guys mystifyingly tried to keep going without their charsimatic singer. Neither made much of a dent and things only spiralled for the worse with Pete DeFreitas’ untimely death. However, with the passing of time, whatever bad blood existed between them begun to evaporate. By ’94 the remaining trio patched things up and gave it another go, beginning one of the extremely rare reunions that has kept a modicum of dignity, with a string of low-key, decent to good albums that continue to this day.”

      FAQs
      Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
      Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.

      What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
      There is a multi-storey car park on Pier Road that has direct access to Fort Regent. Taxi’s can drop off and pick up at the Entrance to Fort Regent.

      How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
      Questions can be directed to info@rockit.je

      What’s the refund policy?
      UNLESS THE EVENT IS CANCELLED. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. You agree to this no refund policy when you purchase your ticket.

      Entry, Bars & Alcohol policy?
      Challenge 25 policy
      For those lucky to look younger than 25, in accordance with our Challenge 25 policy, our bar staff will be required to check ID at point of sale, so please take this as a compliment as there are those of us who miss being asked.

      You must be at least 18 years of age to be served alcohol.

      Valid photographic ID is required upon entry to verify your E-Ticket and age. Suitable forms of valid photographic ID include your passport, driver’s licence and any photographic ID that carries the PASS logo. Photocopies are not acceptable.

      Enjoy the show!

    • Out-There Presents Freak-Out
      10:00 pm-2:00 am
      2018.10.27-2018.10.28

      OUT-THERE are proud to present a brand new experience launching this Halloween, as we bring you the biggest and freakiest Halloween party to hit these shores in years!

      FREAK-OUT is coming, and things will never be the same. On October 27th the freaks come out to play!

      Join us in the darkness up at Jersey’s most historic nightclub, as we bring you a truly monstrous lineup featuring 4 huge UK guests from the worlds of drum and bass and tech-house across 2 floors!

      Be a part of the freak show! OUT-THERE outfits and fancy dress are most definitely encouraged this year. We’ll be running our biggest competition ever on the night, rock up with your squad in your freakiest outfits and you could win;

      4 x BLKOUT 2019 TICKETS
      4 x OUT-THERE 2019 TICKETS
      Plus more prizes yet to be announced!

      The spirits have also blessed us by turning the clocks back on this dark night. Meaning we all get an extra hour of partying inside the freak show this Halloween!

      On sale fromfreakoutthere.eventbrite.co.uk

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  • Creepy Craft Monster Mash
    8:30 am-5:30 pm
    2018.10.29

    Art & Craft Activities

    Spooky Spells!

    Monster Making!

    Ghostly Games!

  • Half Term Art
    9:00 am-3:00 pm
    2018.10.29-2018.11.02

    5 sessions

    A colourful, fun and creative week full of inspiration and experimentation!

    Our Half Term Art course is back for another year and is the perfect opportunity for your child to make mess and be creative in their half term break! Throughout the week, participants will be taken through a range of artistic techniques, using a range of mediums, from paint to collage to clay!

    Each student will finish the week with new skills and some artwork to take home and display.

  • Half Term Drama School
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    2018.10.29-2018.11.02

    5 sessions

    This autumn give your child the chance to become part of their own theatre company!

    Participants will enjoy a week of theatrical games, creativity, confidence building and a chance to perform to family and friends. Whether your child is a budding actor or wants to develop a new skill, this course promises to be a fun and relaxing way to spend their half term!

    There will a performance for family and friends to round off the week at 3.30pm on Friday 2 November

  • Half Term Halloween Spooktacular
    9:30 am-4:30 pm
    2018.10.29

    Musical Theatre

    The Addams Family, Thriller, Ghostbusters

    Face Painting

    And A Great Finale For The Family!

     

     

  • Hocus Pocus
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2018.10.29

    USA 1993 | 96 mins | Cert: PG

    Director: Kenny Ortega

    Get ready for Hallowe’em with this afternoon screening of a 90’s cult classic! After the Black Flame candle is accidentally lit by Max, a teenager living in modern-day Salem, the Sanderson sisters are brought back to life and resume their quest to rid the town of its children. Starring Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker in their iconic roles of Winnie, Mary and Sarah Sanderson, ‘Hocus Pocus’ is a fun, family favourite guaranteed to put you in a spooky mood!

  • Woodland Wanders – after dark
    4:30 pm-6:00 pm
    2018.10.29

    During half term, join us for a wander in the woodland with a difference. Setting off at dusk, we will explore the sights and sounds of the woods as the sun goes down. Watch for bats, listen for birds and enjoy a hot chocolate in Le Moulin de Quetivel.

    Suitable for children aged 4-11.

    Please book tickets for children only – accompanying adults are free of charge.

    FREE – members   £5 – non-members

  • More events
    • Creepy Craft Monster Mash
      8:30 am-5:30 pm
      2018.10.29

      Art & Craft Activities

      Spooky Spells!

      Monster Making!

      Ghostly Games!

    • Half Term Art
      9:00 am-3:00 pm
      2018.10.29-2018.11.02

      5 sessions

      A colourful, fun and creative week full of inspiration and experimentation!

      Our Half Term Art course is back for another year and is the perfect opportunity for your child to make mess and be creative in their half term break! Throughout the week, participants will be taken through a range of artistic techniques, using a range of mediums, from paint to collage to clay!

      Each student will finish the week with new skills and some artwork to take home and display.

    • Half Term Drama School
      9:00 am-4:00 pm
      2018.10.29-2018.11.02

      5 sessions

      This autumn give your child the chance to become part of their own theatre company!

      Participants will enjoy a week of theatrical games, creativity, confidence building and a chance to perform to family and friends. Whether your child is a budding actor or wants to develop a new skill, this course promises to be a fun and relaxing way to spend their half term!

      There will a performance for family and friends to round off the week at 3.30pm on Friday 2 November

    • Half Term Halloween Spooktacular
      9:30 am-4:30 pm
      2018.10.29

      Musical Theatre

      The Addams Family, Thriller, Ghostbusters

      Face Painting

      And A Great Finale For The Family!

       

       

    • Hocus Pocus
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2018.10.29

      USA 1993 | 96 mins | Cert: PG

      Director: Kenny Ortega

      Get ready for Hallowe’em with this afternoon screening of a 90’s cult classic! After the Black Flame candle is accidentally lit by Max, a teenager living in modern-day Salem, the Sanderson sisters are brought back to life and resume their quest to rid the town of its children. Starring Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker in their iconic roles of Winnie, Mary and Sarah Sanderson, ‘Hocus Pocus’ is a fun, family favourite guaranteed to put you in a spooky mood!

    • Woodland Wanders – after dark
      4:30 pm-6:00 pm
      2018.10.29

      During half term, join us for a wander in the woodland with a difference. Setting off at dusk, we will explore the sights and sounds of the woods as the sun goes down. Watch for bats, listen for birds and enjoy a hot chocolate in Le Moulin de Quetivel.

      Suitable for children aged 4-11.

      Please book tickets for children only – accompanying adults are free of charge.

      FREE – members   £5 – non-members

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